But there is bitter fighting at Seoul! At the end, I had managed to infiltrate his lines from teh south and attack his supporting artillery with NK troops. The artillery retreated to Inchon and then evaporated before combat to a NK AT company! This lucky stroke was compounded by the fact that the massed Chinese armies were able to push the Marines out of Seoul and, with their retreat to Inchon blocked, they went south to the other UN stack. So, those boys are surrounded and I was able to put two Chinese units into the hex next to Inchon. I don't think I can hold that hex as the UN forces are very good and I was not able to dig in very much, but, he is out of supply so when he attacks he should drain his supply level and, hopefully, take a lot of time to push me out. Marc is facing a dilemma because a lot of his shipping capacity is tied up off Wonsan. He can probably swing it back in Inchon, but that's a long way to go.
In the South, I pushed the Turks into a corner (they clearly reformed after the December debacle) and eliminated one salient while pushing back two US RCTs that were in the red.
I decided to commit my fresh Chinese army to the south and moved it that way.
Stay tuned, we're heading to an exciting finish and who knows what tricks Marc has up his sleeve!